LifeLab LA provides space to think about life and discover new pathways to deeper relationships to ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Through classes, lectures, field adventures and one-on-one sessions, we explore diverse perspectives from religion, philosophy, psychology, and the arts, to nurture change, stimulate action, and think more broadly about life.
Barry Taylor is a Brit who has lived in Los Angeles for far longer than he ever imagined, and he likes it.
As a writer/speaker/thinker/musician he has talked and played his way around much of the world and can often be found speaking at conferences, teaching classes on art, advertising, theology, religion, technology and all things cultural at various educational institutions in Los Angeles.
He is the founder of Lifelabla, a learning environment committed to promoting and nurturing ideas that enrich life and help people to become self-aware and more focused on creating the lives they want for themselves.
He has written a few books, and is writing a new one, a memoir of sorts about epiphanies and catastrophes. Barry holds his PhD in Theology and Culture, as with most things, very lightly.
When he is not working he can often be seen biking around Venice or hanging with friends at a particular unnamed coffee shop and spends an inordinate amount of time exploring LA’s hippest clothing stores.
Most Sundays he can be found in West LA making music with friends and talking about life, religion and lots of other things.